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Levine's three challenges with the BSO

This is what players and public always want to experience, and it is why the eyes and ears of the musical world are on James Levine and the BSO this week.

By Richard Dyer
Globe Staff / October 17, 2004

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Every great music director re-creates an orchestra in his own image. Every great orchestra accumulates a tradition and achieves an identity independent of any of its music directors. (Full article: 1679 words)

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